The Caddo Herald
June 9, 1911
See Odil the tailor for a Mohair suit in all colors.
Oscar Driver visited Durant Wednesday.
Refrigerators at Brigance Hardware Co.
When you think of insurance, think of Robbins.
W.H. Glasscock was a Durant visitor Wednesday.
Always glad to see you at the Corner Drug Store.
Mrs. B. E. Homer, agent for Ladies’ Home Journal.
P.W. Howe spent yesterday on business in Durant.
The only French Dry Cleaner in town. Odil the tailor.
A.E. Ray and son Bert were Durant visitors this week.
House and lot for sale on easy terms. Mrs. L. B. Hull
John A. Phillips spent a part of last week in Oklahoma City.
House full of buggies. Prices to suit. Brigance Hardware Co.
Claude Powell, from Waco, visited relatives in Caddo Sunday.
Try me on work the other fellow can’t do. Odil the Tailor.
Jack Moore visited friends in Bonham last Sunday and Monday.
Hugh Maytubby and Claude Smith went to Durant Wednesday.
The Czerny Club will meet Saturday afternoon with Miss Esther Heath.
Jim Thompson visited Durant Tuesday and played ball with the Ardmore team.
Miss Jennie Manning visited her aunt, Mrs. Nicholson in Durant this week.
Misses Audra Phillips and Antionette Peters are attending the normal at Durant.
Do your washing in thirty minutes with one of our washers. Brigance Hardware Co.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett and children left yesterday to visit Mrs. J. L. Sipes at Bennington.
See the Perfection Sanitary Steam Washer, the only true washer at G. W. Philips Co.
Charles Turnbull arrived home Monday from attending the State University at Norman.
G.W. Phillips went to Kiowa Monday to attend business that will probably keep him all week.
Capt. Ainsworth and wife accompanied by Miss January, left for a visit to Mineral Wells, Texas.
Miss Mary McArthur left for San Francisco where she will spend the summer in study and travel.
Misses Perkins, Bobbie Hall, and Ruth Stinson of Durant visited Miss Sadie Williams last Sunday.
Harve Phillips went to Durant last Saturday on business connected with the schools of his district.
A 9-pound boy has come to gladden the home of J. C. Hampton. He has been named Julius C. Hampton. McAlester Capital (McAlester cemetery records show J. C. Hampton, 1911-1912. His father was a Caddo man serving 30 years in prison.)
The new baby must be photographed. Baby pictures my specialty. Hulsey the photographer.
W.H. Glasscock, Tunk Terry, Luther Braudrick, Ol Slack, Bart Slack, and W. H. Morris visited Durant Sunday.
The Civic Club will meet with Mrs. Oscar Nail next Wednesday afternoon. Domestic Science will be the topic.
Miss Frankie Hill left Tuesday for a visit to Arkansas and Louisiana after a few days visit with Mrs. McPherren.
Mrs. Dr. Smith left Tuesday for her home at Little Rock, Arkansas. Mrs. A. E. Folsom accompanied her as far as Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ainsworth and Sam Adams left yesterday to spend a part of the summer at Mineral Wells, Texas.
Miss Frank Wood has returned from a visit to Denton where she attended a Home Coming of the Normal School there.
C.A. Shive will preach at the Opera House for the Christian Church Sunday morning and night. Everyone is invited.
Enjoy one of my hammocks- good to snooze in- from the best that’s made to the cheapest that are good. I. Engelberg
Quite a number of young folks enjoyed a hay ride to Blue last Wednesday night chaperoned by Mrs. A. B. McCoy and Mrs. Homer.
Miss Ross Braudrick is visiting relatives at Stonewall and Tupelo. Miss Myrtle Hipp is staying in her place at Huffman’s during her absence.
You haven’t been photographed since the year you was married. Bring the family and let us make an artistic group. Hulsey, the photographer.
The Music Club met last Saturday afternoon with Miss Joe Clower. Delicious refreshments were served and a general good time was had by all who attended.
The county commissioners have granted the Town of Caddo the use of the court room for the town justice and his court will be held there as often as necessary.
J.L. Campbell is remodeling the building recently bought from R. L. Pace on Arkansas Street and will move his tin and plumbing shop there, probably this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Payne, from Sulphur, are spending the week with the family of Ben Payne. They formerly were citizens of Caddo and moved to Sulphur about eight months ago. Their many friends here are glad again to see them.
R.A. Riddle, accompanied by his daughter Kate, visited Bonham to attend the commencement exercises of Carlton College. Miss Jennie Riddle, who is a pupil there, will return with them.
FOR SALE- My home place in second block north of Security National Bank. City water and other conveniences; for other information, terms, etc. see me. Mrs. A. E. Folsom
When the Doctor writes a prescription of course you want the best. Then take it to the Corner Drug Store where you always get the best. Our prices are just right and treatment the most courteous.
H.C. Cobb, P. D. Blackston, and J. C. Jennings of Muskogee, owing to an accident to their car, were laid over in Caddo this week. As soon as the necessary repairs are made they will continue their trip to San Antonio.
The music recital given by the pupils of Miss Vivian Allen at the opera house last Friday night was enjoyed by those who attended. These pupils are home girls and boys and all showed wonderful progress under the tutelage of Miss Allen, who is a very fine musician.
Thos. C. Copher died at the Soldiers’ Home in Kansas last Sunday morning and was buried in the Home Cemetery. Mr. Copher was the father of Mrs. A. J. Vaughan of Caddo and lived here nearly thirty years. He served in the army with Jerry Beck who lives east of Caddo.